Mumbai & The Golden Triangle

Mumbai & The Golden Triangle

8 Days - 7 Nights

Day 01: Arrival /Mumbai.
Meeting and assistance on arrival by our representative and transfer to the hotel for the rest of the night. Overnight stay at the hotel.

After breakfast proceed for Mumbai sightseeing. The Gateway of India is the main attraction of Mumbai city. Visit The Mani Bhawan or the Gandhi memorial was once used to be the residence of Mahatma Gandhi in Mumbai. Visit Marine Drive also known as Queen's Necklace. Also visit gardens like the Hanging Garden and the Kamla Nehru Garden. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 03: Fly to Delhi
After breakfast, will transfer to the Mumbai airport to board flight for Delhi. Meeting and assistance on arrival by Royal India Holidays representative at the Delhi airport, the guests will be accorded traditional Indian welcome and then transfer to the hotel for overnight stay.

After breakfast, proceed to explore winding streets of Chandani Chowk Bazaar by cycle rickshaw & drive past to Red fort, visit Jama Masjid Mosque, Visit to the Raj Ghat. Afternoon enjoy city sightseeing of New Delhi by visiting Laxminarayan, Drive past the India Gate, Parliament House built in 1927 and President’s Palace built in 1929 and if time permits visit to Lotus temple and Qutab Minar.  Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 05: Drive to Agra | City Sightseeing
After an early breakfast drive to Agra. Upon arrival check into the hotel. Afternoon proceed to visit Agra Fort & I’timad-ud-Daulah.

Agra fort (A UNESCO World Heritage Site) built in 1573 made of red sandstone on the banks of river Yamuna and a fine example of Mughal architecture. Akbar’s magnificent fort dominates the centre of the city. 

During the sightseeing you will visit marble in lay workshops.

Itimad-ud-Daulah Tomb also known as “Jewel Box” and sometimes described as “Baby Taj” built between 1622 and 1628 based on white marble and Petra Dura inlay, most elegantly realized in the Taj Mahal. Itimad-ud-Daulah The tomb was built for Ghiyas Beg, a Persian who had obtained service in Akbar’s court, and his wife. On Jehangir’s succession in 1605 he became Wazir (Chief Minister) and received the title of I’timad-ud-Daulah (Pillar of Government). 

Evening free to explore the city on your own. Enjoy walk through the markets and streets to see local life

The highlight of this morning's tour is a guided visit to the fabled, perfectly proportioned, Taj Mahal considered the finest example of Mughal architecture. 

After visit to Taj Mahal at sunrise, we will return to our hotel for breakfast. 

After breakfast drive to Jaipur, the "Pink City", famous for its exquisite buildings built of rose-coloured terra cotta. 

Jaipur - the capital of Rajasthan was given a colour coat of pink a century ago in honour of a visiting Prince. Built by Maharaja Jai Singh, the notable astronomer, this city is 260 years old. The city sits on a dry lake bed in a wild and somewhat arid landscape, surrounded by barren hills and fortresses. Jaipur - The City of Victory was founded in 1727 by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II. Jaipur is a marvellous synthesis of architectural influences - Hindu, Jain, and Mughal. It is a well-planned city of yore.

On arrival check into the hotel for overnight stay.

Day 07: Jaipur Sightseeing
Morning excursion to Amber fort, the ancient capital of the region built in 1592. You'll ride an elephant up the imposing hill where the fort is perched. Return by jeeps from the fort to the bus parking.

Later city sightseeing of Jaipur city by visiting City Palace museum, Visit Jantar Mantar (Royal Observatory) - An observatory with some rare qualities to its credit built in 1737; drive past to Hawa Mahal – also known as “Palace of Winds” built in 1799

During the sightseeing you will also visit some of the popular shopping centres where you can actually see the workshops on carpets, textiles, gems cutting and polishing.

Overnight stay at the hotel.

After breakfast at the hotel, transfer to the Jaipur airport to board flight to Mumbai to catch flight for your onward destination. 



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